Touch Energetics offers more than just remedial massage. It is a journey into the body by way of touch, meditation, music, breathing techniques and energy healing. The 2 hour treatment is available by appointment only in Central London.
What is Bodywork?
Most forms of bodywork are based on the premise that the physical structure is an expression of our unconscious world. Emotions, memories, beliefs and trauma are ‘imprinted’ into the body, making it a biography of our lives – a record of everything we have experienced and a repository for all that remains unprocessed.
Not only does bodywork ease tension and stress held in the muscular structure, but it also facilitates the release of mental, emotional and physical patterns that the body is holding. Where talking therapies can often leave a client stuck in ‘analysis paralysis’, bodywork allows a person to have the experiential (physical) release of an issue that is bothering them. In short, we get to work through and release a problem without getting stuck in the whys and wherefores of our individual story. With the space created by the release, we can invite new, positive thoughts and behaviours into our lives.
My treatment was very complete. It was a balanced combination of massage and energy healing, leaving me clear headed and able to make some life choices that had appeared difficult beforehand.
It was the most genuinely caring and intimate time I’d had in a long while. I could surrender to the touch, the rising emotions, dreams, memories… For me, it was the perfect treatment at the perfect time from someone I could trust fully.
The session with Ahmed was really quite a significant experience for me. From start to finish I felt that it was much more than a deep massage…I felt very cared for. The sense of releasing feels liberating and I feel lighter for it. Things have really shifted for me since then and I believe my treatment with Ahmed was the catalyst.
One of the things that will really stay with me is the way I felt immediately after the treatment. It wasn’t just a simple absence of thought or worry..it was much deeper than that. The image that might come closest to it is a very still body of water.